10 Caribbean Foods You Need To Try

10 Caribbean Foods You Need To Try

Caribbean cooking is a blend of flavors from all over the World. Each dish is rich with a blend of spices that traditional Caribbean foods are famous for. The Caribbean is also as varied as one island to the next. Cuba is known for black beans and rice, Jamaica is the home of jerk cooking and seasonings, and the French Caribbean is known for its creole dishes.

Caribbean cooking involves unique blends of herbs and spices, plus a variety of seasoning. Neilly’s Foods combines the authentic flavors of Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America into healthy, fun, easy and convenient food products. Here are ten Caribbean foods you need to try:

Frozen Meals

Jerk Chicken With Rice & Beans – A healthy blends of rice, black beans and all natural Afro Caribbean spices. Spicy and slightly hot. A ready to cook meal solution.

Chicken Stew & Rice – A healthy blend of rice and Caribbean style chicken stew.

Appetizers

Jamaican Grilled Chicken Wings – Caribbean style grilled chicken wings.

Plantains Bites – Semi ripened plantain (Mofongo) balls used as an appetizer or snack.

Rice Mixes

Jerk Rice and Black Beans Mix – A healthy (and spicy) blend of rice, black beans and all natural Afro Caribbean spices. Great as a meal or served with chicken, shrimp or beef cubes.

Zesty Rice and Red Beans Mix – A healthy blend of rice, red beans and all natural Southern spices. Delicious alone or add chicken, shrimp or beef cubes.

Jollof Rice Mix – A healthy blend of rice and African and West African spices. This mix is hot and spicy. Delicious alone or add fish, mixed vegetables or stock fish.

Jambalaya Rice Mix – A healthy blend of rice and all natural Southern spices. Delicious alone or add chicken, shrimp, dry fish, stockfish or sausage.

Quick Cook Beans

Black Beans Stew – A healthy blend of black beans and all natural spices and herbs. Cooks in 10-12 minutes, perfect alone or with chicken, shrimp or beef cubes.

Red Beans Stew – A healthy blend of red beans and all natural spices and herbs. Cooks in 10-12 minutes, perfect alone or with chicken, shrimp or beef cubes.

Neilly’s Foods was born from the idea of providing authentic flavors of the Tropics, from Africa to the Caribbean and the Latin World to your table. Neilly’s has taken some of the healthiest, most delicious and complex recipes from around the World and made them fun, easy and convenient. Explore the World from your kitchen table, starting with Neilly’s!

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